Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Tuesday slammed the American administration, reiterating that the Iranian nation needs no atomic bomb to “cut off US hands.”
The Iranian nation can reach its objectives through reflection, its rich culture and prudence, stated Ahmadinejad. Ahead of a new report by the U.N. nuclear watchdog the Iranian leader warned the US and its allies against manufacturing "unfounded allegations" against Tehran and emphasized that Iranians will never accept any accusation, IRNA reported.
"If the US engages in any actions against the Iranian nation, it will certainly be made to regret the move by the nation's firm response," he noted.
According to him, the US government accuses Iran of producing nuclear bombs while it possesses over 5,000 atomic bombs.
Ahmadinejad has blasted the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency Yukia Amano for failing to act independently, saying, “Unfortunately, they have designated a person at the head of this agency that has no authority of his own, but violates the regulations of the organization and merely restates US words.”